Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Angelica Hale: Future Star STUNS The Crowd She Made The Audience Standing Ovation in Just 10 Seconds!

Adorable 9-year-old Angelica Hale, took the America's Got Talent judges and the audience by surprise with her version of of Andra Day’s “Rise Up.” Before she started singing she already got the attention of the audience and the judges with her adorable personality that causes the watchers have heart melted. When she roared a melodious tune, they were left marveled!

About Her:
Angelica Hale was born on July 31, 2007 and is from Atlanta, Georgia. Hale is a bundle of talent, who not only sings, but has acted in the short film, Medieval Sockocalpyse (2016).
A survivor herself, the young singer is deeply passionate about non-profit organizations. She is performing all over North America to raise awareness and funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

A Survivor:
Angelica Hale is a rockstar, not only on the stage but in real life, as well. When She was 4-year old year 2012, Angelica have developed a deadly medical condition, it is a big challenge for her in such a young age, she became very ill having a bacterial infection in her lungs that eventually became double pneumonia, and she was fighting for her life. The little Angel was put on ECMO life-support at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Her kidneys were severely damaged  poor little angel! As a result, she had to undergo hemodialysis and later peritoneal dialysis for over a year. After struggling to survive, and a in need of a kidney transplant, it was discovered that her mother was a match. In September 2013, Eva Hale donated a kidney to her daughter, and the then-six-year-old got a new lease on life.

Her Angelic Voice:
Now 9 years old, Angelica Hale has been interested in music for most of her life. She began singing as a two-year-old, and started performing at local competitions when she was five. Soon, her gifted voice garnered admiration. Before taking the America’s Got Talent stage, Hale already made a name for herself as a singer.

During the show of Wonderama at the SubTrust stadium she got the opportunity to perform and to sing the national anthem . After sharing her inspiring story, the young girl with the contagious smile and spirit sang Whitney Houston’s “Greatest Love of All.” She also wowed the audience and teaching artists alike with her performance of “Let it Go” from Frozen, at the The Broadway Dreams Foundation: Take It To The Limit in 2014.
During her AGT audition, the Atlanta-native told the judges that she aspires to be the next Whitney Houston! She proved her superstar power as she held the audience with her soulful and compelling voice.

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